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Get Out: Manassas National Battlefield Park’s Free Entrance Day

Visit this historic park with the whole family on Saturday and receive free entrance, commercial tours and transportation.

Looking for something to do? There are lots of things going on around Manassas with the spring season upon us. Check out our list below for things to do or share an event in the comment box if you know of something happening around the area!

 

  1. Easter Egg Hunt
    Where/When: Emmanuel Baptist Church in Manassas; Saturday, April 16; 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
    Why Go: Because Easter is just around the corner and you want something festive to do.
    Pricing: None listed.

  2. Fish Out
    Where/When
    : Tall Oaks Pool in Lake Ridge; Starts Friday, April 15 and runs through April 23; 12 noon – 7:00 p.m. daily.
    Why Go: This pool is being stocked with 750 rainbow trout and is open to the public for fishing. This is a great activity for the kids and something the whole family can enjoy.
    Pricing: $7 for ages three and up. Two fish limit per individual. $4 charge for each fish caught over the two fish limit. Cane poles can be rented for $1.00 each.

  3. Asian Americans Can Jump: 3-on-3 Men and Women’s Basketball Tournament
    Where/When: The Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center; Saturday, April 16; 12 noon – 5:00 p.m.
    Why Go: As part of International Week 2011 at George Mason University, they are featuring a special boys and girls basketball competition for the public to watch. Join in the fun!
    Pricing: Registration required. Free.

  4. Go See “Live Wire”
    Where/When: Hylton Performing Arts Center; Friday, April 15; 8:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
    Why Go: Enjoy a stroll down memory lane to the Golden Age of Radio as classic radio from the 1930s is recreated.
    Pricing: $35, $27, and $19.

  5. Manassas National Battlefield Park’s Free Entrance Day
    Where/When: Manassas National Battlefield Park; Saturday, April 16; 8:00 a.m.
    Why Go: Visit this historic park with the whole family on Saturday and receive free entrance, commercial tours, and transportation. Also, check out their Living History Program on April 15 as military demonstrations describe life in the Civil War Era.
    Pricing: Free!

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